A most popular website for the proposed Boyne Tannum Aquatic Recreation Centre has been chosen following a decision adopted at Gladstone Regional Council’s most up-to-date normal assembly.
Council resolved to undertake the suggestions of the Boyne Tannum Aquatic Recreation Centre Choices Evaluation, which highlighted a parcel of land at Coronation Drive in Tannum Sands as the popular website for the event of the Centre.
The decision additionally permits Council to proceed to a Idea Design part upon assessment and refinement of the Preliminary Grasp Plan.
Gladstone Area Mayor Matt Burnett stated the Coronation Drive website was chosen after complete neighborhood session was undertaken between February and March 2019.
Mayor Burnett suggested “outcomes from this neighborhood engagement interval had been launched in June 2019 and highlighted vital neighborhood help for the undertaking.
“These outcomes additionally recognized doable growth places and most popular facility parts.
“The neighborhood’s desire was to have the power constructed on the Coronation Drive website, with different websites up for consideration throughout the Choices Evaluation being 10 Canoe Level Highway at Tannum Sands and Jacaranda Drive at Boyne Island.
“The Concept Design will further investigate the capital and operational costs associated with the facility as well the potential construction phasing.”
Mayor Burnett stated the Boyne Tannum Aquatic Recreation Centre would most certainly be constructed in levels, with the preliminary parts of the power to be decided as soon as the Idea Design is full.
Advising that parts might embrace a 25 metre pool, 50 metre pool, childrens’ splash zone, waterslides and facilities, he concluded “Council expects this to be offered at a normal assembly in 2021.
“We encourage residents interested in this project to visit Council’s website for future project updates.”
Picture courtesy of Zoggs.
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